Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating Fancy Text with WordArt
Table 7-2
Paragraph Alignment Commands
Button
Keyboard Shortcut
Alignment
Ctrl+L
Align Left
Ctrl+E
Center
Ctrl+R
Align Right
Ctrl+J
Justify
Here are some semirandom thoughts on aligning paragraphs:
Centered text lines up right down the middle of the slide. Actually, text
lines up down the middle of the text object that contains the text; a
text line appears centered on the slide only if the text object is centered
on the slide.
Bulleted lists look best when left-aligned. Otherwise, the bullets don’t
line up.
Making columns
Most slides place all their text in a single column. However, you can easily
create multiple columns by using the Columns button, found in the
Paragraph section of the Home tab. To create a one-, two-, or three-column
layout, just click the Columns button and then choose one, two, or three
columns from the menu that appears. If you want more than three columns,
select the More Columns command and then choose the number of columns
you want to use.
Creating Fancy Text with WordArt
Previous versions of PowerPoint included a feature called WordArt that let
you insert special objects that could incorporate fancy text effects, such as
gradient fills or curved paths. For PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft has integrated
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